The airport can be reached conveniently by bus, train, car or taxi. Consult the How to reach us for schedules and other useful information.
What items are forbidden on board the aircraft?
Objects that may be used as weapons (i.e. scissors, knives, nail files, etc.) of any size are forbidden on board. EU regulations governing the transport of liquids prohibit carrying more than 1 liter in your carry-on baggage; containers for creams, gels and other liquids cannot have a capacity of more than 100 milliliters (1/10 of a liter, or 100 grams) and must be contained in a transparent and re-closable plastic bag. It is forbidden to carry any kind of firearm or cutting weapon, explosives or ammunition, unless accompanied by a valid permit issued by the competent authorities.
What travel documents will I need?
At the check-in desk you must present the handling or airline personnel with your ticket and a valid ID document: passport or ID card. You must also check to ascertain whether the country of destination requires special vaccinations or any entry visa.
Which Terminal should I go to?
There are four Terminals at Leonardo da Vinci airport: T1, T2, T3 and T5 (the last of which is dedicated exclusively to United States and Israeli carriers). The Terminals for departures and arrivals of national and international flights may vary depending on the destinations and the carrier, which you may contact for specific information.
Is there a baggage check at the airport?
The baggage check is located at Terminal 3 (international arrivals) and is open every day from 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. -
Tel. +39 0665953541
Is there a porter service?
Porter services, for a fee, are available on request at the ADR information desks and through the interactive multimedia totems. They may also be booked ahead of time via e-mail or fax. Tel. +390665958364 - 8349, Fax +39 0665955133 – e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I do if I lose something?
If you lose an item, you may check with the ADR lost and found office. For the areas located outside the security checkpoints, call +39 06 65955253. If the item was lost inside the security zone, call +39 0665953313.
What should I do if I lose a bag or suitcase?
If you lose a bag or suitcase, you can contact the handler for your flight, indicated next to your flight number on the monitor at the baggage claim carousel.
Alitalia national and international flights +39 0665434956 (7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.)
A.T.A. International flights +39 06659527712 (8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.)
|Aviapartner +39 0665957249 (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)|
|Consulta +39 06659525660 (8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.)|
|Groundcare +39 0665954252/6777 (24 hrs)|
|Aviation Services +39 06659525591|
Where can I get information?
At Terminals 1 and 3 (at the Arrivals and Departures levels) and at Terminals 2 and 5 (Departures only) there are nine information desks managed by ADR operators. In addition, there are 35 interactive multimedia totems (with touch screen) linked to an operator.
Who should I contact in case I need special assistance?
ADR Assistance provides help for passengers with reduced mobility. The company must be notified of the need for ground assistance at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure. For more information, please contact the carrier directly or consult the company's web site at: www.adrassistance.it
Where are the Meeting points?
The meeting points for groups and tour operators are in front of the passenger exits, at the Arrivals areas of Terminal 3 and Terminal 1.
How can I connect to the WiFi network in the airport?
At the "Leonardo da Vinci" Roma-Fiumicino airport, passengers can access the new wireless Wi-Fi internet connection by simply turning on their portable computers or palm devices. It is easy to surf the web or check one's e-mail while waiting for one's flight, with wireless services accessible through a fast and convenient plug&play system.
What are the duty-free Customs limits for airport purchases?
TRAVEL TO/FROM COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION
|Cigarettes||200 pezzi (1 carton)|
|Small cigars (max 3 g. each)||100 pezzi|
|Smoking tobacco||250 gr.|
|Alcoholic beverages and liquor|
|Alcoholic beverages or liquor with an alcohol content of over 22% by volume or non-denatured ethyl alcohol with an 80% content||1 liter|
|Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content under 22% by volume|
|Other alcoholic beverages|
|Non-sparkling wine||4 liters|
TRAVEL WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION
|Cigarettes||800 (4 cartons)|
|Alcoholic beverage and liquor|
|Alcoholic beverages or liquor with an alcohol content over 22% by volume||10 liters|
|Alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content under 22%||20 liters|
| Wine |
of which 60 liters sparkling wine
How can I reach the Terminals?
A free shuttle bus service is in operation year round, connecting the terminals, car parks and Cargo city, every 15 minutes on average (from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m., the shuttle bus must be called from the intercoms installed at the stops).
How to reach the railway station and the port of Civitavecchia?
There are two railway lines operated by "Ferrovie dello Stato" (FS) to and from the "Leonardo da Vinci" Roma-Fiumicino international airport:
- The Fiumicino-Rome railway link, with a railway station at the exits of the Terminal 3 Departures level, takes about 30 minutes and makes no intermediate stops. Tickets cost 14 euro one way
- The Fiumicino - Fara Sabina (FM1) line, which stops in some of the main Rome railway stations (Tiburtina, Tuscolana, Ostiense, Trastevere), with a train every 15 minutes Monday through Saturday and every 30 minutes on Sundays and holidays. Tickets cost 8 euro one way.
Passengers arriving at the Leonardo da Vinci airport and wishing to reach the port of Civitavecchia to embark on cruise ships may use the Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) railway links leaving from the Terminal 3 exits at the Departures level.
If I come by car, where can I park?
The following parking facilities are available at the Rome Fiumicino airport:
Car parks in front of Terminals
These car parks are located directly opposite the terminals at the Arrivals and Departures areas and are marked by blue lines on the pavement. Parking is permitted for a maximum of one hour, during which time the receipt for the parking fee must be displayed visibly. The fee for one hour is three euro.
Multilevel car park
Marked with the letters A, B, C, D, E and utilized for brief, medium and long-term stays, these car parks are covered (with the exception of the last floor, which is not roofed in) and linked to the terminals by moving walkways.
Executive car park
Car park with surveillance by ADR personnel and insurance coverage against theft, damages and fire. The Executive car park also provides check-in and assistance services for Alitalia fast check-in. Situated at level 2 of the Multilevel E car park, it is linked to the terminals by moving walkways. Parking can be booked on-line.
Long-Term car park
A car park with roofed and unroofed spaces, reachable directly from the Rome-Fiumicino highway and linked to the terminals by a free shuttle bus service. Parking can be booked on-line.
The motorcycle parking area is covered and has a special entrance at the ground floor of Multilevel A car park. Linked to the terminals by walkways, it provides short, medium and long-term parking. Parking places can be booked on-line.
Car parks for the disabled
Parking spaces for differently able passengers are available at: every level of the Multilevel E car park, level 1 of Multilevel car parks B, C and D and level 4 of Multilevel D. These parking spaces are reserved and free of charge, by law.To utilize these spaces, the original of the disabled parking permit must be exhibited to the staff of the car park operations center (located to the left of the exits of Multilevel car parks A, B, C and D, or to the personnel in attendance from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. at level 2 of Multilevel E) along with the parking ticket emitted at the entrance to the Multilevel.
To take advantage of the exemption, those accompanying differently able passengers must present a copy of the airline ticket for the passenger they are escorting, together with the original of the disabled parking permit and the parking ticket issued at the entrance to the Multilevel.There are also parking spaces reserved for differently able passengers opposite the Arrivals and Departures areas of the terminals, which may be occupied for a maximum of two hours.
Pink parking space
Covered parking spaces marked in pink are reserved for mothers with newborn babies and pregnant women. They are free of charge and located in the following places:
- Multilevel D, at level 4, conveniently linked to the terminals by moving walkways (about 5 minutes)
- Long-Term car park, Sector 2, close by the free shuttle bus link with the airport terminals (every 15 minutes)
Where and when can I pay the parking fee?
Parking fees may be paid directly at the exit barriers with the "easyPass" system: this is the fastest way to leave the car parks and accepts only credit cards, up to a maximum of 250 euro. Only the following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Visa, Diners and Mastercard. For amounts above 250 euro, payment must be made at the manned cashier windows of the Easy Parking Customer Service Center, located near the Multilevel car parks.
Whom shall I contact in case of an error in paying for parking at Fiumicino airport?
Please contact Easy Parking Customer Service, open 24 hours, at this number: +39 06 65953558 or by pressing the information button at the automatic payment boxes.